dibrach definition

  • noun:
    • a foot of two quick (unstressed-unstressed) syllables.
    • In old prosody, a foot composed of two brief syllables; a pyrrhic.
    • a metrical product with unstressed-unstressed syllables
    • a foot of two quick (unstressed-unstressed) syllables.
    • In ancient prosody, a foot composed of two short syllables; a pyrrhic.
    • a metrical unit with unstressed-unstressed syllables

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